Je ne m’en lasse jamais! Première journée vraiment froide, mais soleil “d’hiver” éclatant…
I will never get tired of walking through the Farmers’ Market. First really cold morning this year and radiant “winter” sun…
Food, Photography & Joie de Vivre
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Très belles photos avec ce soleil d’hiver, Stéphane!
Merci mon ami!!
Love love love going to open air farmers markets!
Me too!! When you think so many people now shop for food on the internet…
Thanks a lot Alex!
Beautiful photography! It’s making me hungry, I need some fresh bread. 🙂
Thank you for visiting my blog and letting me find yours! Your photos make me want to pack my bags and visit your market. We try hard here to have “real” markets, but they really don’t look anything like those in France. And truly, decent bread here is a challenge!
Thank you for your kind words. I am honored. Now you just need to pack and come!
I told you that your market would be more beautiful than mine! How lucky you are…
non mais c’est quoi tout ce soleil !!! pffff, je suis dépitée…..
love the photos. Those carrots look incredible. Love to be there.
Thank you! Glad you visited my little blog!
Can only agree – French markets are great.
I will never get tired of you walking through the market either because I love the pictures! So wonderful!
You’re sweet! I will try another market next week if weather allows. It is about an hour out, but it’s supposed to be amazing…
Stunning photos. Wonderful Market. Fantastic produce! It must be France!
Yes darling it sure is:0) I’m trying a new market next week about an hour from home. I hope it is sunny enough so I can make and post photos…
Makes me want to go there 🙂
I want to go there. Love the pictures!
Thanks! You are welcome here anytime!
I tend to think of the market as my holy place 😉 Your photos really do reflect the sublime – thanks for the lovely post!
Thank you so much for your kind words! I love visiting your blog. The pictures, the art deco feel… I am sure I was living in Hollywood in the 20s in a previous life…
Thank you! The feeling is mutual – I love visiting your blog… In the twenties you would have traveled from Le Havre to New York on a great ocean liner and then on board the 20th Century Limited to Chicago where you would have made a connection to the Super Chief. If you wanted to travel into Los Angeles incognito you would have disembarked in Pasadena… The internet is so much easier 😉
Tres jolies photos ! Vivant depuis quelques annees a l’etranger celle avec les baguette me fait vraiment tres tres envie !
Ah le joli marché de Libourne, place Abel Surchamp ! un de mes préférés. Très beaux clichés.
Merci:0) Il faut que j’essaye Ste Foye La Grande…
Fantastic photos Stephane! As always
This is what I remember France to be; looks the same as when I was a regular visitor, though a little further north than you (we’re talking Normandy, but over 30 years ago). Next year, I hope!
Wow, what a beautiful outing!
your photos are TRES’ MAGNIFIQUE!!! I am buying a ticket to France today!! My family will wonder where I went! I am telling them “the grocery store” except they don’t know it is in France!!
Thanks again for your kind comments! Let me know when you land in Bordeaux. I’ll come pick you up:0)
LOLOL!!! you could be surprised!!! :0)
My idea of heaven.
Well at least this one is accessible:0) Come visit it sometime:0)
Thanks for the lovely photos. I would love a piece of that incredible bread!
Thanks, but don’t be sad. This bread is a curse in disguise! I am getting fatter every day:0)